Medinek Hotel

Address: Palackeho nam. 316, Kutna Hora, Bohemia, 28401 , Czech Republic | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Palackeho nam. 316, Kutna Hora, is near Hradek Mining Museum, Gothic Stone Fountain, Italian Court (Vlassky Dvur), and Alchemy Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Kutna Hora


A travel blog entry by kathleen.vogel on Oct 11, 2014

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Saturday dawned cool and cloudy. Today we were headed to Konopiste
Castle and Karlsteijn Castle. We had no idea how happy we would be for
the weather! After depositing our luggage in another room for
safekeeping since we were checking out we headed down for breakfast.
This would be my last day eating what was now my trademark egg sandwich.
It was as close to a breakfast sandwich as I could get. We were once
again picked up at the hotel and on our way! It was about ...

Kutna Hora

A travel blog entry by kathleen.vogel on Oct 06, 2014

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... is called the Bone Church. It was actually less creepy and more impressive than I thought it would be. The large windows allow a lot of light, and it did not feel "graveyard-y" as I thought it may. From Sedlec we went straight into Kutna Hora. Starting at the Italian Court, where craftsman from Italy were brought in to create Czech money from the silver mined in the town. From there we walked to the town square, and stood on the newly ...

The Bone People

A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jul 03, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... cemetery with a vaulted upper level and a lower chapel to be used as anossuary for the mass graves unearthed during construction, or simply slated for demolition to make room for new burials.

After 1511, the task of exhuming skeletons and stacking their bones in the chapel was given to a half-blind ...

Boning away the day and loving it.

A travel blog entry by zerah on Oct 12, 2013

... in they ran out of room so the bones of some 40,000 people were moved into the church. It's then said the monks started stacking them in geometric piles, then an artist was commissioned to made decorations... And he did some amazing work!
There's a bone chandelier, a bone cost of arms, piles of bones at four corners of the church, bones up the pillars and bones over the arches. It was fascinating! We stayed for at least an hour just looking at ...

What Fresh Hell Is This?

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 26, 2013

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... we finally made it to Sedlec Ossuary, it was as if we'd been through several levels of Hell to get there, so it was only appropriate to be SURROUNDED BY SKELETONS! In the middle ages, Sedlec was a highly desirable place to be buried. In the mid 14th and 15th centuries, casualties of the Black Plague and the Hussite wars made it necessary to find places for the recently deceased. A new gothic church was built later in the ...